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Laser tag to benefit Martha's Home

Amarillo, TX - An event Friday night at JNJ Xtreme Lazer Tag will benefit Martha's Home, which provides assistance for women and children in need.

Half of all money made from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. will go to Martha's Home.

Miss Hunt County's outstanding teen 2014 Larissa Fenstermaker and Pokey the Clown will make appearances at the event.

JNJ Xtreme Lazer Tag is located at 2503 SW 45th Avenue in Amarillo.
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